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   Number of burglaries increasing in Hyderabad

Hyderabad News: Extra precautions should be taken in these days as there is no scope for safety. The increasing number of burglaries is raising an alarming situation in Hyderabad. In a multiple burglary that occurred across the city, 5 groups could gain access to five different houses and looted almost 62 tolas of gold from those houses.


The areas where the robbery took place are Indra Nagar of Jeedimetla, where the inmates were out of station and the door was locked; and four other houses were flats in Dolphin Estates Apartments in Miyapur. Indra Nagar inmates went to their native place and returned to see their front door lock broke and open. Similarly the 4 flats burgled in Miyapur were locked.


The DCP of Madhapur, T Yoganand told the press that 5 flats on 3rd floor were locked among which 4 were looted. Almost 30 tolas gold was stolen from these houses. And many other valuables were also taken away. Miyapur inspector A Sudheer Kumar said that the Clues team visited the burglary spots and collected some finger print samples. The police have booked burglary cases and started investigating these locations simultaneously.


Tags: burglary in Miyapur, burglary in Jeedimetla, DCP Miyapur T Yoganand, Miyapur inspector A Sudheer Kumar, 62 tolas gold burgled in Hyderabad

Mon 13 Aug, 2012,11:43:43 PM
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